[Fis] Fwd: Explanation about the publication of works inspired by the 2021 Summit

Marcin SCHROEDER mjs at gl.aiu.ac.jp
Sun Apr 9 12:53:10 CEST 2023

Dear Colleagues,
I am sorry for the late reply but I am in transition between universities.
Please be aware that my address at Tohoku University where I retired at the
end of March will be soon deactivated. I will use only the address
mjs at gl.aiu.ac.jp.
Karl asked whether there is a website for submission. No, there is no
website. At least at this point WS does not offer this option. From the
past I know that WS will provide a template to the authors of papers
accepted after peer review to reformat their submissions. In the past, such
reformatted papers were submitted by email.
The exact limit of the number of pages can be established only after all
submissions are peer reviewed and the number of accepted papers is known.
The standard for WS edited volumes, as far as I know it, is no more than 15
pages per article which can be adjusted if there are shorter and longer
submissions. We can expect that in the peer review some submissions may be
asked to be made shorter to avoid redundancy of the content or longer if
additional explanation or argumentation is necessary. However, it is a safe
estimate that a 15-page submission will not be considered too long.
There are many other unknowns which I am trying to clarify. The unfortunate
circumstances of the changes in plans due to Mark's passing make the
process of publication unusually complicated. However, I think we owe Mark
to finalize one of his last initiatives.

Marcin J. Schroeder, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus & Visiting Professor
Akita International University
192-2 Okutsubakidai, Tsubakigawa, Yuwa, Akita-shi
010-1211 Akita Japan
mjs at gl.aiu.ac.jp <mjs at aiu.ac.jp>


*Philosophies * (MDPI Basel Switzerland)


On Fri, Mar 31, 2023 at 7:25 PM Karl Javorszky <karl.javorszky at gmail.com>

> Dear Marcin,
> This abstract has been discussed with and accepted by Mark.
> Information and Incongruences
> *Abstract.* Two combinatorial functions cross twice in the region
> *1..n..140.* Their slight deviations relative to each other is taken as
> the skeleton of an elaborate explanation model which assumes the world to
> be of a basic duality. The two functions are put into a context of
> similarity and diversity. We observe that humans’ neurology splits neuronal
> impulses based on the background being similar or diverse. On a similar
> background, we perceive ranks and sequences based on diverse properties of
> objects; on a background of diversity, we perceive groups of similar
> objects. The maximal number of diversity statements about *n* elements of
> a collection deviates slightly to the maximal number of similarity
> statements about the same assembly. Both upper limits refer in their *f-1
> *form to identical *n*, albeit with a slight mutual dis-calibration, up
> to *n ~ {136, 137}.*
> We introduce a measurement dimension: diversity/similarity. The numeric
> facts show that an assembly of *6 * 11 *sequenced objects has ~ *9* times
> as much possible spatial variants as an assembly of *66 *objects, which
> facts allow for the concept of condensing information.
> Cycles that constitute the procedure of a reorder connect the two
> differing viewpoints. We introduce and tabulate the most elementary
> reorders and their constituent cycles and find geometric representations of
> different readings of *a+b=c, *which appear to picture concepts known
> from genetics and theoretical physics.
> The article is attached.
> Is there a homepage to submit a paper?
> The approach presented in the paper has been a subject of discussion in
> FIS and in IS4SI for some years now. Its core concept is rooted in a
> detailed reading of the logical sentence a+b=c. We perform a form of
> conjugation / declination on this sentence by using the first few natural
> numbers as arguments of a,b. The resulting model is extremely robust and
> appears to depict in geometrical terms concepts known from the applied
> sciences. The family of algorithms presented deals with a-priori existing
> logical relations among a-priori existing symbols. After the initial
> reluctance is overcome, the researcher has a tool at his disposal, the
> practicality of which is predictably comparable to that of trigonometry.
> There is no reason to exclude this publication from the volume
> conceptualised, as the idea has been with the partaking persons and
> institutions for decades.
> Looking forward your answer:
> Karl
> Am Di., 28. März 2023 um 14:11 Uhr schrieb Marcin SCHROEDER <
> mjs at gl.aiu.ac.jp>:
>> Dear Marcus,
>> I did not receive your abstract or notice of intention to contribute to
>> the two volumes of works inspired by the IS4SI Summit. Most likely you sent
>> them to Mark. As I wrote before, all submissions of abstracts sent to Mark
>> without cc: to me were lost. The extended deadline is an opportunity to
>> submit the work again. We request everyone to send a confirmation by the
>> end of March of the intention to submit the work by the end of April.
>> Regards,
>> Marcin
>> Marcin J. Schroeder, Ph.D.
>> Specially Appointed Professor
>> Global Learning Center
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>> On Tue, Mar 28, 2023 at 7:59 PM Marcus Abundis <55mrcs at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear Marcin – thanks for your note . . . I re-read your MS Word
>>> document, and unfortunately I feel my question about the abstract I
>>> submitted (twice) earlier remains unanswered. Was my abstract used
>>> somewhere else, discarded, or was it to be used in THIS expected
>>> publication? I still have no idea. Of course, if my abstract was discarded
>>> (without notice) there is no need to submit a paper.
>>> Also, you did not answer Karl's question about 'What is already planned
>>> to be included?', which would also answer my question.
>>> Lastly, it seems Wolfgang's IS4SI email address is no longer used
>>> (undeliverable address), so I am unsure of his current email address (none
>>> is given in the MS Word doc.)
>>> Thanks,
>>> Marcus
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